SWI (Susceptibility-Weighted Imaging)


SWI is compatible with iPAT (integrated Parallel Acquisition Technique) and takes only a couple of minutes, like conventional imaging sequences, but with improved sensitivity to blood, hemorrhage, mineralization deposits etc.


Additional Information

SWI combines magnitude and phase information from a high-resolution, fully velocity compensated 3D FLASH sequence. Phase images are unwrapped and high-pass filtered to highlight phase changes associated with venous vessels and converted into a mask that is multiplied with the corresponding phase image.

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